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I'm sure it's German. Look up German pottery or post to the German pottery collectors group on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/910154565724539/
It's from The Potting Shed, Concord Mass. Collectible. The marks are the artist's initials and date.
The pottery method is called terra sigillata https://www.google.com/search?q=terra+sigillata&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en-us&client=safari#imgrc=WzMQQsppouIi-M%3A
It's a contemporary pot made in Thailand for Pier One stores http://m.ebay.com/itm/Pier-1-Gorgeous-Ceramic-Palm-Leaf-Vase-w-Carved-Relief-Texture-in-EUC-/201596984468?hash=item2ef01ddc94%3Ag%3AEIIA...
It's a tokkuri from Japan. A sake (rice wine) bottle. There are vintage tokkuri, and they are still made, today.
"Blossom" pattern. Chatham Potters, founded by Frank & Margie Goss in 1942; originally "Goss Pottery" made in Chatham, NJ, then relocated to Oswego, Kansas in 1976, I think. By that time, the company ...
The finish isn't washed away. It is a glaze called nutmeg, Lee McCarty's favorite glaze and unique to their pottery. Very collectible, good find!
McCarty Pottery by the late Lee & Pup McCarty, Merigold, Mississippi. The green line represents the Mississippi River. McCarty pottery has a website. It is run by the family which continue the studio.
The style of the two dining arm-chairs would be brace-back Windsor style chairs. They have a somewhat ornate Farmhouse style, I think. I could be wrong, and am definitely not educated in Windsor chai...
Looks more like Maurizio Tempestini for Salterini (mfg). I have a set with the clamshell/orange slice design similar to yours. Also low to the ground.